67 dead as sri lanka cease fire crumbles in Khargone

67 dead as sri lanka cease fire crumbles in Khargone.

10th June 2016:

PM Singh meets with President Jacob Zuma and Defence Minister Gurabbarzada to discuss the situation in KziNga in North Kivu, in which around 200 ANC protesters were killed.

12th June 2016:

The President declares that the South African Armed For더킹카지노ces will use all means possible to ensure that all civilians live in safety during their stay in the country.

15th June 2016:

PM Singh formally asks his cabinet members, including Cabinet Minister for Defense Khazeni Nteshemati-Mashabane and Secretary of the Home Affairs of the Prime Minister Jacob Zuma to convene an emergency meeting at 5 pm to discuss the situation in Khargone and that he would invite President Jacob Zuma to visit the scene of the killing. This emergency meeting is being held in the South African Presidency of External Affairs in Johannesburg, ahead of an emergency cabinet meeting on Tuesday, 19th June.

20th June 2016:

PM Singh and the Prime Minister of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, hold talks in Pretori바카라사이트a to discuss the situation in Khargone and the situation in KliNga.

23rd June 2016:

PM Singh tells reporters in Cape Town that he believes President Jacob Zuma has assured him that the people of South Africa will not be left behind.

24th June 2016:

PM Singh makes a statement to the media in KwaZulu Natal. He stated that he is certain that the perpetrators of the massacre committed the shooting in KliNga, in which around 200 ANC protesters were killed.

27th June 2016:

The ANC celebrates the victory of its campaign in the KliNga elections held by the North African People’s Party. The electoral victory is in the face of mounting opposition from the South African National Congress which has been crit바카라사이트ical of the campaign, in particular over the alleged involvement of the South African police in the killing of innocent people in order to suppress a peaceful demonstration.

27th-28th June 2016:

In South Africa, the ANC and SACP demand a full investigation into the killing of the South African police officers.

31st June 2016:

PM Singh and President Jacob Zuma speak about the crisis in KliNga and their joint call for peace and a speedy restoration of confidence in their government by the people of the North African state.

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